The ghosts of pastimes still haunted the old ruins. Even on this beautiful day, Lizzy could feel them as she sat with her back to the great broken arch, the place were such history, pain and happiness abounded. She shuddered as a monk hurried past her, she could feel the breeze from his cloak, he […]
4.5/5.0 Magic and Mystery. The Bones of Avalon by Phil Rickman Suspense, magic and mystery, Phil Rickman gives it all in this book. Although the history has been well researched it doesn’t come over as stuffy facts, it’s a leisurely read with great dialogue that will keep you turning the pages. There is some unnecessary […]
You all seemed to like the Glastonbury posts I put up, so I thought I could follow up with a short article to show you a little more of our town. There’s a lot of reasons to visit. We have fabulous, unusual shopping, lots of beautiful things to see and places to visit. You can […]
Just spotted this and it made me smile, you enjoy, got to love Winston.
You’ll have guessed by now how I love all of the pomp and ceremony of our royalty, if you don’t agree you might want to avoid my posts until at least Monday 😉 Today the Queen’s 90th Birthday is being marked by the trooping the colour parade, I know I’m biased but no one does […]
Happy 90th birthday. Today is our Queen’s official birthday which coensides with Prince Philips 95th birthday. The Queen by Roderick Hynds. Her Majesty the Queen has reigned supreme Our longest reigning monarch that’s ever been She has shared her love for our beloved country Always with such grace, passion and identity. Times may change and […]
I am not enthralled by history, in fact mostly it has me glazing over. I know it’s perceived as being a bit thick if you’re not into history as its so fashionable now but I blame it on bad teachers. In fact spending hours at school learning dates and names was just too much to […]